On Thursday, January 5 at 5:00PM, you're invited to hear this exciting keynote presentation from three-time Grammy-Nominated producer, engineer, musician, arranger and former educator, Fred Bogert, an early pioneer in the commercial use of digital recording technology.

Educated at the University of Miami School of Music in the early 1970's before entering the Miami studio scene, Bogert later developed and taught the modern music curriculum at nearby Indian River Community College in Ft. Pierce, Florida. In 1992 he opened Nashville's very first hard-disk digital multitrack studio on Music Row - Studio C Productions.

By 1997 he reopened the famous RCA Studio B, hosting a myriad of stars from Dolly Parton, to Ray Stevens, David Carradine, Vassar Clements and many others. Click here to learn more about Fred Bogert and why TI:ME asked him to be our special keynote speaker.

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